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Will of William Gibbings, Tailor,
of 16 Ferdinand Street, Camden Town
late of Bampton in the County of Devon

Proved 12th March 1859

© Crown Copyright

Source: Dept Records of the York Probate-Sub Registry

Piece Name of Register: Nabbs Quire Number: 106-160

Transcribed by Diana Ingram, checked by Tom and Barbara Keene

This is the Last Will and Testament of me of me William Gibbings (Gibbons) late of Bampton in the County of Devon of No. 16 Ferdinand Street, Camden Town in the County of Middlesex, Tailor. I give and devise all my messuages lands and hereditaments of every tenure and description and wheresoever situate unto my wife during her life and after her death I give and devise all those Mills closes of land and hereditaments With the appurtenances situate in the Parish of Bampton in the County of Devon and now by the occupation of Frederick Charles Kingdon unto my son William Gibbings, his heirs and assigns I hereby give to my daughters Elizabeth Pearse Gibbings and Ellen Gibbings respectively after the death of my said wife I give and devise all those messuages tenements orchard and premises called respectively Ivey Cottage and Little Hotel and situate in the Parish of Bampton aforesaid unto my said daughters Elizabeth Pearse Gibbings and Ellen Gibbings their heirs executors administrators and assigns as tenants in common. I give all the rest And residuel of my estate and effects of every description unto my wife and I appoint my said wife and Jno Trowey Periam of Bampton aforesaid my executrix and executor of this my Will and lastly I revoke all former wills by me made In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this thirty first day of March 1857

"William Gibbings" _____ Signed by the said William Gibbings as his Will in the presence of us present at the same time and who in his presence and in the presence of each have hereunto subscribed our names
_____ Samuel Viney
_____ Francis James

Proved at London 12th Nov 1859 by the Oath of Mary Ann Gibbings widow the relict one of the executors to whom Admon was granted. John Trowey Periam the other Executor having renounced the Probate and execution of the Will